Credit Reports are reports that can be obtained yearly or monthly, depending on the task being conducted. For instance, if a person is trying to obtain their Credit Report so they are aware of their credit score for a loan, lease, or anything related, they just have to pull the report once and that should give the overall history. If the person is trying to pull the report so they can monitor and check what their report reflects, and what corrections they need to do in order to fix the report, then monitoring the credit report in order to watch the direction of the credit score is important, and will require more than just one pulling of the credit report. This is because whatever actions are being done to mitigate the problems on the credit report are working in the right direction, and so therefore, monitoring the progress on a month to month basis is a good action to take.
Vehicle History Reports are reports that contain the history of a specific vehicle. In order to pull a VIN REPORT, one must obtain the VIN NUMBER from the vehicle’s id, usually located on the side door or front of the window in the corner. This ID contains the most important items that the vehicle has gone through, giving the potential buyer or title holder the ability to know what the vehicle they have possession to, has been through.
Background Checks are also another form of obtaining a background history report on a person. This again is another terminology for Criminal Records or Criminal History Reports.
Criminal Reports are documents that obtain the Criminal History of a specific individual. In cases of Employment or entering into specific agreements with groups that require a full thorough background check for criminal history, a Criminal Report may be pulled. Certain pre-requisites are necessary to qualify for validity on pulling these reports.
Reports can be obtained online regarding Drivers. Certain preliminary requirements and pre-requisites are needed to validate and qualify in order to obtain these reports.